Sunday, July 7, 2013

ROSES ON TRANSFERWARE

Cambrian Rose by C.M. & C.J. Mason (1813-1826)
Roses are probably the best known and most popular flower.  I am sure not everyone will agree, but I love them!  They are also popular transferware patterns.  Here are a few among many.  It was hard for me to choose.


"Moss Rose" by Job & John Jackson (1831-1835)

Pattern #48 by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846)

Cabbage Roses on a child's plate with molded border, c. 1830

Rose pattern on an arcaded plate by Thomas Lakin (1810-1817)


Rose pattern by Josiah Wedgwood, c. 1825

Roses on a Spode Botanical platter, c. 1820

Roses in my July garden



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